GTA fans are eagerly awaiting the GTA 6 trailer, which is set to drop on December 5 at 9 am ET. The last instalment, released in 2013, sold 185 million copies, offering an immersive open-world experience. Rumours and leaks about GTA 6 have surfaced in recent weeks, sparking discussions on platforms like Reddit. Rockstar Games, celebrating its 25th anniversary, released a statement last month, although no official launch date for GTA 6 has been announced.
Rockstar Games thrilled GTA enthusiasts with the recent announcement of an upcoming GTA 6 trailer set to debut in December. Fans can anticipate the unveiling at 9 am ET on December 5th, with insider Jason Schreier from Bloomberg heightening the excitement by describing it as a potential ‘banger.’
Rockstar Games President Sam Houser conveyed through the developer’s official social media account that they were very excited to announce the release of the first trailer for the next Grand Theft Auto in early December. He expressed anticipation for many more years of sharing these experiences with the audience.
Rockstar Games posted a message to fans, expressing gratitude for the incredible support of players worldwide. In the message, they noted that the upcoming month would mark the 25th anniversary of Rockstar Games and acknowledged the opportunity they’ve had to create games they are genuinely passionate about.
Rockstar Games is profoundly grateful for the support of its audience, acknowledging that none of its achievements would be possible without it. Founded in 1998 with the belief that video games could be as culturally essential as any other form of entertainment, they express hope that their games have become a beloved part of that cultural evolution.
Certain GTA enthusiasts claim to have identified the potential setting for the upcoming game, speculating on a map size rumoured to surpass both GTA 5 and Red Dead Redemption 2. Significant improvements in NPC details and weather graphics are expected. Additionally, rumours are circulating about the potential return of Vice City, a location from the iconic 00s game GTA Vice City set in Miami. Notably, it is suggested that this might mark the first time a woman serves as a playable main character since the release of Grand Theft Auto III in 2001.